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with president obama the event was streamed through white house web site. users submitted questions to the president through various platforms, using hash tag ask obama housing. in an interview the president said woe save money if refinancing on his chicago home but hasn't yet done so. u.s. stocks declined today jéz giving the stand skbrard poor's index it's first thre three-day joft since mid june. and finally, yahoo is ditching the company's 18-year-old logo. in a campaign over the next four weeks the silicon valley company is showcasing 30 different logos every day, final will debut september 4th. this company has already decided on the new logo but wants to showcase different looks to depict the renaissance under ceo marisa mayer. from bloomberg studios i'm emily chang, back to you. >> thank you. >> san jose celebrating 5th anniversary of the city's first electric vehicle charging station. san jose teamed up with charter point to become one of the first cities to install them. the first one right across from city hall and today, the 50th city-maintained station was installed. t
at otrc.com. >> still ahead there is a crisis in syria. the obama administration's strongest words yet for the country's president on allegations it used chemical weapons to kill hundreds. >> donald trump slapped with a lawsuit claiming trump university is making false promise autos remembering the march on washington. nearly 50 years later two residents share stories and yes honey? dad told me that cheerios is good for your heart, is that true? says here that cheerios has whole grain oats that can help remove some cholesterol, and that's heart healthy. [ dad ] jan? ♪ >>> secretary of state kerry delivered the obama administration's sharpest condemnation yet to last week's apparent chemical attack in syria, blaming the assad regime for at tack saying the administration will hold the syrian government accountable. syria rejected the regime's denial of responsibility. >> make no mistake. president obama believe there's must be a a.ktibility for those who would use the world's most heinous weapons against the world's most vulnerable people. nothing todz is more serious, nudging is recei
criticized as disrespectful. the clown put on a president obama mask saturday night then asked spectators if they wanted to see, quote, obama run down by a bull, end of quote. many responded enthusiasticly. he also said we're going to smoke obama, man, end of quote. he's apologized saying he never meant to offend anyone. the missouri rodeo cowboy association says discipline will be taken. underway. the space center was one of spots offering a few last night people set to see stars. it's a different view in other parts of the world. one man caught this image of the shower and says he set thup camera to take 30 second exposures then used a software program to layer on top of each other. that is great looking. >> that is amazing. >> so we'll have a better view tonight. we'll have a little bit less fog. we're looking at clear skies tonight. here is a look at live doppler 7. you can see we have low clouds. you couldn't tell that by looking at this shot. low clouds making it look dreary there. a great view of the showers warmer pattern settling in with highs around or above 90 degrees over the
president obama cancelled joint military exercise there's. rzur relationship with egypt, our traditional cooperation with k.not continue as unusual when -- usual when civilians are being killed in the streets and rights being rolled back. >> the president has not cancelled the $1.3 billion in military aid the u.s. sends to egypt. p)y has been blamed for the crack down. >> in sports bud selig announced a plan that will change major league baseball with more use of instant replay. >> the plan making replay available for all calls except for balls and strikes giving managers three challenges per game. >> he is calling this proposal historic. reports sate idea was widely accepted by all 30 teams today. the union for umpires has to approve this, it's expected to be finalized with changes taking affect next season. coming up at 4:55 weem go live in oakland. there have been many missed calls. so new plan will change a lot of stuff. >> spebser is off today, spannedda -- sandhya patel is in. >> yes. it's looking good. you can see a silver of fog along the coast. skies are blue out sichld temperat
is the only country on board now. president obama net met with his national security team today he's not made a decision on action in response to syria's chemical attack but president obama says the world has an obligation to respond. abc news has more from washington, d.c.. >> leaders at the white house today, new comments from president obama as he nears a decision. >> in no event are considering any military action involving boots on the ground that would involve a long-term campaign. >> the president met behind closed doors of his team as administration worked to build public support for action in syria releasing a four-page bulletin says syrian government planned and executed a brutal chemical weapon as tack last week claiming lives of more than 1400 people, including more than 400 children. >> read for yourselves the verdict reached by our intelligence community about the chemical weapons attack, assad regime inflicted on the opposition. and on on opposition controlled or contested neighborhoods in the damascus suburbs. >> we know that these instructions and we know why wr they landed a
was waiting for a friend because he did not want her to walk in alone. >> president obama the un and now, rushar calling on the syrian government to allow experts to investigate a possible chemical weapons attack. president obama told cnn the u.s. is gathering evidence but signs foint a troubling situation. >> what we've seen indicates this is a big event. we're already in communication was the intire international community moving through to tray to prompt better action from them. and we called on the government to allow an investigation of the site because un inspectors are on the ground right now. >> the government saying they're absolutely baseless. >> north and south korea will allow families separated for decades to see each other again. the emotional reunions happening next month in a north korean mountain resort, the first such reunion to take place in plea tlee years. 100 families from north and south have been invited to the event. they announcement marks the latest gesture from the north which earlier this year threatened nuclear war against seoul and washington. >> the inmate
, mr. obama turned to the young son said his dad is a real american hero. >> just for him, to state it, take a look at your bad that -- dad that, is cool, cool. yes. chills, beyond belief. still thinking about it gives me chills. tears of pride. >> certainly understandable. ty is now touring the country to talk about the effect of post traumatic stress disorder. >> now, let's take a look at the forecast for everybody that is stuck in traffic at least it's sunny right? >> yes. it is sunny and beautiful. stormy weather a powerful thunderstorm moved through. and there are winds gusting up to 70 miles per hour with this storm. there is some flash flood warnings in effect. high 60 freeway flooded with 9í k flood waters, not moving beyond coast now, it's warm. 68 in san francisco. 80 redwood city and san jose. another live view at the bay bridge, other readings now mid-80s in most locations inland. and 88 degrees here is our jrpz8:u and coastal low clouds during evening and overnight hours. highs ranging from upper 60s at the coast to mid-90s inland. >> spencer, thank you. >> still ahead on
. >> a man behind a bizarre >>> president obama says he's encouraging vladimir putin to think forward instead of backward as they try to improve strained relations between the two countries also today obama pledged more oversight at the national security agency's surveillance programs. abc 7 news has more from washington, d.c. on today's white house news conference. >> out of the gate the president announced a series of reforms for the controversial nsa surveillance program. >> we can and must be more transparent. >> that includes a civil liberties officer at nsa, a new commission to review intelligence programs and coordination with congress to review program collects telephone records. >> it's not enough for me as president to have confidence in the programs. the american people need to have confidence nem as well. >> the president insisted change woz have taken place even if edward snowdenÑÑ5 had t laekd detail autos it would have been less exciting. as much press. >> do these reforms vindicate snowden? >> no. i don't think he was a patriot. >> nsa says if snowden thinks he's innocent h
to get across the bay. also, a look at traffic conditions. >> remembering the dream. president obama honors reverend martin luther king junior on the anniversary of the march on washington. >> in san jose, some of calling this city ban jose. but today, city officials shot down a controversial proposal targeted some yes honey? dad told me that cheerios is good for your heart, is that true? says here that cheerios has whole grain oats that can help remove some cholesterol, and that's heart healthy. [ dad ] jan? ♪ >>> it's countdown to the closure and now, all systems go. we have a live look at sky 7 hd at bridges old and new. and in three and a half hours the old bridge will shut down. around 7:00 chp going to roll traffic breaks on interstate 880. and once the bridge is closed tonight eastbound traffic skyway approach will be forced to get off at 4th street. >> we want to give you a live look from the ground right now. and our crew left the station 35 minutes ago. a driver normally taking no more than 10 taking 35 just at this point. he's not yet to the first street on ramp to the b
with antitrust laws. the company hoping to get president obama's help. the president has until midnight to decide whether to overturn a ban on selling older versions of the iphone and ipad in the united states. marisa mayer buying another company, rock melt, maker of a browser specializing in deep social media integration. yahoo paid more than $50 million for rock melt part of mayer's efforts to revive the search engine giant. stocks closed higher today. the surge helped push s p p to another record close. your bloomberg silicon valley index rising today, helping an index close to more than 2% higher today. shares in technology were spotlighted by two big names hitting important records for those shares facebook back to where they started. into the day at 3805. electronic car maker tesla rising to more than 3% -- 300% this year. larry, carolyn? >> cory, thanks. sandhya patel is here with the weekend forecast. >> i know. weekend looking good. so good time to get outside and enjoy the sun. and i know some people near san francisco love the fog. >> there you go. >> something for everyone. looking at
for generations to come. >> mr. obama wants to expand refinancing programs for current homeowners and increase access to affordable rental housing. the white house picks the area because it has rebounded after being one of the hardest hit area autos the government accusing bank of america of civil fraud saying the company misled investor who's it sold $850 million worth of mortgage bonds. the justice department filed a lawsuit against the bank. bank of america disputes allegations saying and we quote, these were prime mortgages sold to sophisticated investors who had ample access to under lying data. >> it's been a few months since dr. steven hsu left the head of the energy department. he is now at stanford. he talked about his ongoing goals. >> well, you now the interview coincided with a report by noaa which found in 2012 was among the owe 10 warmest years on record globally. you can talk for day was mr. chu on global warming. administration for four years this, is one of his favorite pictures. the president with his back to the camera, embracing him. now, back at stanford he faces a new cha
sales. >> a star studded cast and first lady michelle obama teamed up to put together songs with an antiobesity message. >> the collection is set for release next month. rapper doug-e-fresh and dr. oz are featured. the music aimed at kids from minority groups. it's in support of the first lady's let's move campaign. >> wow. >> he's a mystery no more. two weeks ago a priest appeared seemingly out of nowhere at the moment a 19-year-old was badly injured and asked rescuers to pray with her, he said a prayer then disappeared just as quickly. he vanished some wondered whether it was a miracle. a sketch was drawn up and more than a week later the priest emerged. he doesn't think he performed miracles just thinks he did what any priest should do. >> if i were in an accident and heard a priest drove by, i would... get him for that. >> well, father dowring credits the rescuers who pulled the woman from the wreckage. he is glad to hear she's recovering. >> someone paid $118,000 to eat bonbons with warren buffet. that was the highest bid before the auction closed for a tour of a see's
where he first played is now covered in flowers. >> nothing to do. >> the obama administration edged closer to a decision about curtailing some aid to egypt. it was one topic held this afternoon. administration reviewed the possibility of the crack down on sup portders of ousted president mohammed hoarsey. -- morsi. according to one us you official they are planning some cuts. >> and we're learning details about the boston marathon bombing suspect tsarnaev. court documents say he suffered multiple injuries including a skull fracture and gunshot to the face. tsarnaev captured ride hiding in a wot in the backyard of a home in watertown massachusetts. a surgeon testified a bullet entered his mouth and exited the lower side of the face. >> vice president biden is in houston to be with his son bo in a cancer center. he's being treated at university of texas md anderson cancer center. he reported feeling weak and disoriented last week. taken to hospitals in chicago and philadelphia and then senlt to houston. he is 44 years oldmszs and suffered a mild stroke. >> the fact he's gone to differ
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